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By Courtesy TNN Report
Sixteen students from Stonybrook, USA, will study the diverse heritage sites in South India to get a first hand exposure to the glory of Indian art and architecture, reports Indianís premier Times News Network (TNN) today, June 02.
What makes news for this website is that some of these students who are undertaking research projects in globalization of Indian economy, HIV-AIDS education, will also be introduced to Ayurveda, Yoga, Bharathanatyam and Kuchipudi dance forms.
The study is a part of the India study abroad programme initiated by the New Horizon College of Engineering. The programme was inaugurated by reputed playwright Girish Karnad on Tuesday..